WELCOME TO THE FUSILIERS ASSOCIATION MESSAGE BOARD.
IF THIS IS YOUR FIRST VISIT THERE IS NO NEED TO REGISTER TO PLACE A MESSAGE ON THE BOARD. HOWEVER, IT WOULD BE VERY HELPFUL IF YOU WOULD PLEASE GO TO :DATABASE FORMAND COMPLETE THE FORM..
Abusive, Anonymous, and Messages that do not meet the Mission Statement will be deleted and you will be banned from the site.
Note: Please take care when entering your email address. i.e. No Spaces! Please enter your email address as someone might wish to contact you direct and they can do this by clicking on your name at the top of your message and your e mail address will come up for them. Leave the LINK NAME, LINK URL, and the IMAGE URL Boxes blank. Enter a password of your choosing this will let you edit post after they have been posted. Once your message is ready to be posted Click PREVIEW POST to check what your message will look like once on site. If you are happy with with your message then Click POST. Your message will now go on the site. If you have a photo you need to add to your message you will need to send it to the webmaster-fus-assoc@hotmail.co.uk .
CHARITABLE ADVERTISING on Web Site There are many worthwhile charitable causes in existence, but we can only accept sponsorship or fundraising efforts on Fusilier Association websites, that specifically support approved Fusilier charities. This essentially means that it is acceptable to use these pages to seek sponsorship for The Fusiliers Aid Society (which includes Fallen Fusiliers), and The Fusilier Memorial fund only. We now have our own dedicated justgiving site (http://www.justgiving.com/fusiliersaidsociety), which you can use to help raise money for your cause. If you let RHQ (Asst Regt Sec) know the specific cause you are raising money for, it will be directed to the correct fund. Messages soliciting sponsorship for causes or charities other than the Fusilier ones mentioned above should not be placed on the message board and may be removed by the Webmaster.
Messages posted in the last 24 hrs. are in White.
Fusilier Brides’ Wedding Dresses from the Past
IP: 5.81.226.25


RHQ/RRF/1363 22nd November 2018


Fusilier Brides’ Wedding Dresses from the Past

Assistance Required from the Regimental Family

The Fusilier Museum (Bury) will be holding an exhibition of weddingdresses worn by Fusilier brides from 1915 to 2015 opening in February 2019.
The oldest dress to feature in the display will be the wedding dress of Mrs Kathleen Sutcliffe who married Captain Jack Sutcliffe, an Officer of the 2/6th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers in 1915 before he went to France to fight in World War 1.

It is hoped that the display will feature a dress from each decade, showcasing the changing styles and tastes over the century. The museum is now trying to locate a wedding dress from the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, and 2010s. If you have a wedding dress that you would be willing to loan the museum, then please contact: sarah.stevenson@fusiliermuseum.com or ring Sarah on 0161 763 8962.







Colonel (Retd) J W Denny MBE
Regimental Secretary





Replies:
There have been no replies.



Post a reply:
Name:
Email:
Subject:
Message:
Link Name:
Link URL:
Image URL:
Password To Edit Post:
Check this box if you want to be notified via email when someone replies to your post.

Create Your Own Free Message Board or Free Forum!
Hosted By Boards2Go Copyright © 2000-2018
Our Sites: Wedding address collection  Wedding thank you wording